The situation surrounding Novak Djokovic and the Australian Open became a circus last month, and now more problems could await the Serbian as long as he remains unvaccinated against COVID-19.
With the Indian Wells Masters coming in early March, he will only be able to enter the United States if he has received his jabs.
For now, though, Djokovic remains signed up for the tournament.
The world No.1 is expected to speak in the coming days, which should shed more light on the situation.
Biographer Daniel Muksch had suggested that the Serbian got vaccinated after Rafael Nadal’s recent triumph.
ATP leadership at stake
Djokovic’s season will commence in Dubai between February 21 and 26, and his place atop the ATP rankings is at stake, with Daniil Medvedev putting pressure on the Serbian.